Events


Featured Event:

July 14, 2018, at 07:30 AM
Location: WashingtonUniversity in St. Louis
Join us for this one-day event that will help you understand the relationship between food and your health. Over 75% of healthcare dollars in the US are spent on treating preventable disease. But most of these common chronic illnesses — like diabetes, heart disease and stroke — can actually be prevented and reversed simply by the foods that we choose to put on our plate. During this special one-day event, you will learn: How plant-based nutrition can reverse cardiovascular disease How not to die from our 15 leading causes of death in the U.S. How what you eat affects your micro biome How to Prevent and reverse Type II Diabetes How to prepare great tasting whole food plant-based meals.

September 10, 2016, at 11:00 AM
Location: Kitchen Conservatory
This hands-on class will make spaghetti squash with spinach-kale pesto and sun-dried tomatoes, spiralized butternut squash with apples and black-eyed peas served with maple-balsamic sauce, chunky tomato-tempeh soup with fresh rosemary, crunchy kale salad with tahini dressing and tofu "feta", plus eggplant-tofu manicotti with spinach and fresh basil.

July 16, 2016, at 11:00 AM
Location: Kitchen Conservatory
This hands-on class will create five unique types of sandwiches, including Mediterranean veggie burgers with oats and kalamata olives topped with sun-dried tomatoes and an artichoke-white bean spread, buffalo tempeh wraps with cool and creamy coleslaw, crispy cauliflower po' boys with rémoulade sauce, vegetable nori wraps with avocado-tahini spread, plus jackfruit "pulled pork" in a pita with greens and creamy ranch dressing.

December 7, 2015, at 06:30 PM
Location: Kitchen Conservatory

October 8, 2015, at 06:30 PM
Location: Kitchen Conservatory